Major League Baseball claims it hasn't had a game fixed by gamblers since 1919. Point shaving hasn't admittedly occurred in the NBA since 1954. And the NFL publicly states not one of its games has come under outside influence--ever. This league-sponsored history, however, is wrong.
Some myths don’t die, and lies are still being told about Christopher Columbus: that he “discovered” the Americas (not only was the land familiar to native inhabitants, but it had also been visited before by Europeans), that the land was sparsely populated by native people (there were fourteen million inhabitants in 1492), that those people were primitive (Europeans learned a lot and gained technology and agricultural skill from Native Americans), and that they submitted to Columbus’s “God-like” authority (they submitted to the deadly smallpox and bubonic plague that Columbus’s crew imported from Europe).
This updated and revised edition of the American Book Award-winner and national bestseller revitalizes the truth of America’s history, explores how myths continue to be perpetrated, and includes a new chapter on 9/11 and the Iraq War. Learn More
Rahn’s personal diary from his travels as occult investigator for the Third Reich. This is the first English translation of the author’s journeys in search of a Nordic equivalent to Mt. Sinai. It explains why Lucifer the Light Bringer, god of the heretics, is a positive figure. Learn More
The rollicking cosmic mystery that began in THE ILLUMINATUS! TRILOGY continues in this American underground classic featuring Albert Einstein and James Joyce as the ultimate space/time detectives. Learn More
"A monumental work of twentieth century capitalism as it was jointly embraced by the Vatican and the United States and those caught up in it. Top-shelf CIA-Vatican intrigue." T. Francis Elliott, London Times.